Fall 2019 Freshman Early Registration

Freshmen can register through my.evergreen.edu for Fall 2019 16-credit programs during this period. Registration for freshmen for all offerings re-opens May 23.

Fall 2019 Registration

  • Seniors: Monday, May 20 (also: Tacoma, Tribal, and graduate students)
  • Juniors: Tuesday, May 21
  • Sophomores: Wednesday, May 22
  • Freshmen: Thursday, May 23 (freshmen may also register during Early Freshman Registration, May 6 - 15)

Check my.evergreen.edu for your class standing, time ticket and other information.

Summer 2019 Registration

  • Seniors: Monday, May 20 (also: Tacoma, Tribal, and graduate students)
  • Juniors: Tuesday, May 21
  • Sophomores: Wednesday, May 22
  • Freshmen: Thursday, May 23

Check my.evergreen.edu for your class standing, time ticket and other information.

2018

The Surface: On and Beneath

This show closed on May 10, 2018.

20th Century Photography from the Evergreen Art Collection

warhol portrait

Judy Dater, Twinka, 1970.

Orchestra - at SPSCC

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This orchestra is comprised of students and community members.  Standard symphonic orchestral literature is studied and rehearsed.  Performances are scheduled near the end of each academic quarter.  Orchestra members are expected to be good music sight readers and to possess at least high school playing ability.  Participation requires an interview with the director and may also require an informal audition.  Students interested in enrolling must contact the director, Cameron May, cmay4@spscc.edu , for permission to register.

 

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Jazz Ensemble - at SPSCC

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Music Intensive: Introduction to Music Theory

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One of the pleasures of understanding the theory behind Western Music, alongside with improving one's "ear," is that it allows for the pleasures of listening to be intensified. Gradually, the smallest turn of a phrase within the music becomes a joke, or a scold, or indifference. Rather than remaining an abstract "art form," a piece of music may become the ambiguous but definite expression of a thought, a story, a begging, a stalwart joyfulness, or the gesture of dutiful resignation.

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Written in Stone: Art and Geology

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Few things are as durable or as evocative a record of the sweep of time and the shape of human ideas as stone. Humans shape stone to give shelter, to express meaning, and to mark places and pasts.  They study rock and its shifting forms and formations to read the histories of landscapes written over millennia.

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Studio Projects in Interdisciplinary Art: Material Gestures in a Shared Space

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This is an entry-level visual arts program emphasizing foundations of design and materials in 2D and 3D studio practices.  We will delve intensively into the development of studio skills in design, ceramics, sculpture, mixed media, life drawing and painting while exploring how these material gestures express content. In line with much contemporary art that uses multiple materials and approaches and incorporates studio practice with theory; the program will include art history; visual/cultural studies, including literature, aesthetics; and writing.

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French Language, Arts, and Culture: Dark Romantics

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This is Evergreen's French language and culture study abroad program. We will study French art history, literature, and philosophy in their social and historical contexts in order to understand the Romantic avant-garde thinkers and artists. ”Outsiders" in 19th- and early 20th-century Europe, these figures had a tenuous but fruitful dialogue with mainstream culture and the emerging popular culture of the laboring class. We will emphasize French cultural and aesthetic movements, but considered in relation to some pan-European phenomena.

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